|Star Trek: Lambda Paz episode|
|Episode no.||S2, E03|
|Original post date:||13th June 2010 GMT-6|
|Previous episode:||"Faces in the Crowd"|
|Next episode:||"Religion To Do Good"|
The USS Lambda Paz, as part of the Kalandra Campaign, is assigned to a strike force on the outer reaches of the sector. Former Obsidian Order operatives aboard station Sentok Nor are feeding information to Starfleet Intelligence, but Section 31 believes it is part of a more devastating plot. Doctor Aurellan Markalis is recruited to infiltrate a mysterious Augment cabal.
- "I’m still finding it hard to breathe with these on."
- "You’ll live."
- -- Morrison and Kozar on how confining the former's environmental suit feels.
- "I may not always be able to pick up on non-verbal cues or deduce hidden messages, but I’m getting a good idea about what you are asking of me."
- "Enlighten me then."
- "You expect me to lie to my commanding officer, falsify my medical logs, and impede an investigation into a potential threat to the security of the Federation."
- "In a nutshell, yes."
- -- Markalis and Section 31 agent Cole.
- "May I offer you some refreshments, 'Commander'?"
- — Markalis upon finding Cole, masquerading as a Starfleet commander, sitting behind the desk in her office
- "It’s only impossible until it’s not."
- — Limis, echoing a classic by Jean-Luc Picard in the TNG episode "When the Bough Breaks"
- "That wasn’t fair."
- "If I was a Jem’Hadar, I wouldn’t give a shit."
- -- Morrison and Lisa Neeley while playing springball against each other.
- "Under different circumstances, it would be a fascinating lesson in comparative anatomy. But it is now, as you Terrans would say, too much information."
- — Elim Garak regarding Neeley and Sullivan's discussion of Neeley's sexual experience with Morrison.
- Title refers to Paul Revere's trip by horseback from Boston to Lexington to warn of British troop movements just prior to the start of the American Revolution, dubbed the "Midnight Ride." 
- Sentok Nor was the sister station Deep Space 9 that orbited Betazed during the Dominion's occupation in the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel The Battle of Betazed.
- Cole • Rhys Darcen • Christopher Dennings • Elim Garak • Gh'ralg • Grimaud • Willis Huckaby • Snežana Ilochko • Edward Jellico • Lenaris Holem • Ronnie Kozar • Limis Vircona • Charles H. Logan • Tor Makassa • Aurellan Markalis • Mandel Morrison • Lisa Neeley • Seamus O'Dell • Ileana Roshanak • Selek • Rebecca Sullivan • Mik Tannan • Temlek • Erhlich Tarlazzi • Zimminske Aris
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- Argo-type shuttle • USS Lambda Paz • Captain's yacht • USS Constantinople • USS Endurance • USS Epimetheus • USS Kaneda • USS Semmelweis • USS Tetsuo • USS Vigilant
- Amducro field • Argolis Cluster • Betazed • Chudala system • Kalandra sector • Sentok Nor • Starbase G-6 • Tagra IV
Races and culturesEdit
States and organizationsEdit
- Cardassian Union • Dominion • Klingon Empire • Romulan Star Empire • Section 31 • Starfleet Intelligence • United Federation of Planets
Related Deep Space 9 episodesEdit
- "Afterimage", "Once More Unto the Breach", "The Emperor's New Cloak: Depicts the opening stages of the Kalandra Campaign.
- "The Siege of AR-558": Depicts Starfleet's first encounter with the subspace mines nicknamed "Houdinis".